So for now on, I'm be keeping the top headlines from around the world here. If there are any sources I'm not using that you recommend, please /msg me. Do you know an english language paper in South America or Eastern Europe that updates daily? Let me know please.
Without further ado, here is today's top news from around the world:
The BBC's Top Headlines:
- Tories bank on tax cuts
UK Tory leader William Hague launches what he called "the most ambitious Conservative manifesto for a generation," promising £8bn of tax cuts.
- Russian blaze hits satellite network
Russia struggles to make contact with four military satellites after a fire rips through a key command post.
- Eurozone rate cut surprise
In a surprise move the European Central Bank cuts its key interest rate to 4.5%, while the Bank of England also reduces its rates.
- Relatives besiege Ghana hospitals
Distraught relatives search hospitals in the Ghanaian capital for their loved ones after at least 121 football fans die in a stampede.
- 'Truce' in US-China hacking war
Computer hackers in China call a halt to their online raids on US websites, having notched up more than 1,000 attacks.
- Gaza blast kills foreign workers
A bomb kills two Romanian workers in Gaza prompting a further destructive Israeli incursion into Palestinian territory.
The New York Times' Top Headlines
- Price of Gasoline May Pose Problem for White House
As Republicans grow increasingly nervous about surging gas prices and rolling blackouts, President Bush is trying to defuse the political time bomb while not threatening the oil industry.
- Families of Chechnya's Disappeared Seek Answers
Thousands of relatives wait in vain for those who have vanished since Russia launched its second war against the rebels who want independence for Chechnya.
- Mexico's Leader Is Finding the Democratic Road Bumpy
Five months into his term as the first opposition president of Mexico in 71 years, Vicente Fox is learning that presidencies made by democracy can also be battered by them.
- U.S. Informs South Korea of Plans to Resume Talks With North
A visiting senior United States envoy assured President Kim Dae Jung on Wednesday that Washington would resume its dialogue with North Korea.
China Daily (Chinese Government -- www.chinadaily.com.cn) Top Headlines
Panapress (African www.panapress.com) Top Headlines
- Liberian government cautions diplomats following shooting
After unidentified gunmen in a speeding vehicle fired shots at the Egyptian Embassy on the outskirts of Monrovia, Liberia's Foreign ministry has advised members of the diplomatic, inter-governmental and consular corps against keeping outdoors after 8:30pm
- Pretoria unaware of plans to change venue of OAU Summit
The South African government has expressed optimism that the 37th Summit of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) will take place in Zambia in July as scheduled.
- Chiluba warns against tension in Zambia
Zambian President Frederick Chiluba has asked the international community not to instigate crisis in the country over his third term debate.
- Ethiopia, Cuba sign health cooperation agreement
Ethiopia and Cuba have signed an exclusive cooperation agreement on the exchange of scientific and health information, Addis Ababa sources said.
- Liberia reports increasing drug-resistance of malaria
Health authorities in Monrovia are getting concerned about increasing resistance to chloroquine, the first line treatment for malaria